We walked along the banks of the Bojana till we came to its point of union with the Drin.
The Austrians, meantime, crossed the Drin and came east from Bosnia.
Chon′Drin, the proper substance of cartilage; Chondrī′tis, inflammation of cartilage; Chondrogen′esis, the formation of cartilage.
The Mirdite tribe in the heights between the Drin and the coast is entirely Christian and one of the most fiercely independent.
Telephones and roads will be built and eventually the railway along the Drin.
I had two shots with the Whitworth at a small animal, the natives call 'Drin,' which I suppose from its habits to be the marmot.
The Drin River is the largest and most constant stream (see table 2).
In the north, from the Drin River to the vicinity of Elbasan, it constitutes an area about twenty miles wide.
Only the Drin and Buene rivers might be considered navigable to any degree and even then only for small ships and short distances.